The serene mood at Officine Generale’s spring presentation, a silent affair on the stairs of the Theatre Odeon, was echoed in the clothing, as Pierre Mahéo focused on garment construction instead of flashy prints or colors, with weightlessness as his major objective.

He introduced a 360-gram blazer from a silk-linen mix, stripping the inside down to a minimum, and performed the same trick on a uniform-inspired jacket. A double-breasted suit ensemble made of cool wool and with denim lapels could easily qualify as a tuxedo. Mahéo spiced up the soothing flair of his blue, gray, navy and olive spring palette with exclusive checks made in Japan, little polka dots and diagonal stripes.

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